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Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 4)I opened my eyes, awakened by nature. . . I sat up to find myself in my room, in my bed. Was it all a dream?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 4)1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters
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I sat up in my bed, then I stood from my bed, and grabbed my glasses from the end table, then looked down at myself, to find my shirt on, like always. . . To find it was the one Zim had taken supposedly.
Was it a dream? I pressed this question, over and over, trying to get my thoughts in order.
I quickly became certain that it was, that the horror of that forgetful day, was all false. I frowned, remembering this ‘dream’.
“It felt so real. . .” I sighed as I walked over to my dresser, fiddling with the clothes in the drawers.
Just then I heard Gaz bang on my door yelling, “You better be getting ready, or I’m fucking leaving you!”
“Almost ready!” I yelled back, I hated that she was my ride.
I quickly got ready, grabbed my bag, and ran outside into the cold of the new fall morning. I sat in Gaz’s car, and nodded at her, to
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 5)I laid in bed, feeling worse and worse. . . Why had I fallen sick? Why am I feeling ill? Where is he?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 5)1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters
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My head hurt badly, and my stomach groaned with pain. . . Worse of all, the back of my throat burned, making me rasp and cough.
I had a lot of coughing fits, and it made my stomach hurt worse with each sickening purge that came after the coughs.
I covered my head with my pillow around ten o’ clock to sleep, and succeeded after what seemed like a lifetime. . .
I woke drenched in sweat, yet I felt so cold. . . So alone. . .
I couched into my hand, violently. I felt something warm and stick splatter onto my fist, and I opened my eyes worriedly. Upon examining my hand, I had found something I greatly feared. . . I had coughed up blood. . .
Suddenly a memory came back to me, one I had forgotten because of Zim, and his machine. I was a clone, created by my fath- Professor Membrane. . . I was unstable, unfit to live in my own body. . . I w
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 1)I walked out of the elevator to find myself in Zim’s attic. I groaned, “ Zim, what am I doing here?”Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 1)1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Zim seemed to ignore my question, and instead walked passed me, to a book shelf. He picked out a book, and opened it, apparently scanning the contents.
He began to hum lightly as he looked tough the pages. I rolled my eyes, and sat on the floor, that’s when I noticed the pain. I hissed a bit, and looked down at my torso. It was covered in bite marks, and scratches. .
Dib whimpered, “Z-Zim?”
“What do you want? Stupid big-headed-fool-boy-creature. . .” Zim sighed, as he continued with his reading.
“Where did these bites marks come from?” I asked worriedly, hoping Zim would bother answering.
“From me. . .” Zim said frown on his face, yet never looking up from his book.
“How about the scratches?” I asked, surprised.
“Zim did that to.” Zim answered, still never looking up from his book.
Kat meets Zim(Zim is sitting at an interglatic tavern, looking displeased. Kat, who's also displeased, enters. He sits next to Zim.)Kat meets Zim5 years ago in Fan Fiction
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Kat: *raises paw* Hey, bartender! Give me some wine with a bit of catnip in it!
(A mug of wine passes over to Kat. He puts a straw in it and drinks some of the wine. Zim notices this.)
Zim: You're new here.
Kat: Yeah, I just needed a break for a day.
Zim: What do you mean?
Kat: All I wanted to do was prepare my planet for an invasion of the Earth, but the resitence in which I'm currently living in won't leave me alone!
Kat: Really! The girl, Millie, keeps on making me wear rediculous outfits and drags me around with her all the time! And don't get me started on those tea parties of hers!
Zim: Is that all?
Kat: *scoffs* Not even close! The boy, Coop, is always preventing me from accomplishing my goal! One time, he and his friend, Dennis, built this house in a tree that blocked my solar-powered communication device! I had to get on top of the tree for a cle